The O&O DiskImage Command Interpreter makes it possible to manage disks, partitions, or volumes and images with the assistance of command files (XML documents). All scenarios displayed by O&O DiskImage directly or indirectly can in this way be re-enacted.
The O&O DiskImage program prevents a large number of user activities that might unintentionally result in loss of data.It is strongly recommended to use the Command Interpreter with great caution, as it enables the user to directly control partitions, volumes, disks and images.
Drive letters will not be automatically assigned by using the Command Interpreter. To be certain that a particular partition or volume has a drive letter; you will have to assign it one directly.You can either assign the drive a letter yourself, or have the next available drive letter assigned for you. Otherwise, the created storage volume will not be accessible or visible to certain programs such as Microsoft Explorer.
Use the command "oodi /s PathFile.xml", to access and run a command file. In addition, you can introduce and run the command file in the program over the program's "Import" feature.
As a default setting, O&O DiskImage can end the command process and send an error code if the command file is defective.To continue running a command file even under these conditions, set the parameter "stop_at_error" on the value "false" or "no",.If there was no error, the value "0" will be sent as a confirmation of success.
Upper and lower case will not be considered when using labels and names i.e., there will be no difference between, for example, "command", "COMMAND" or "Command".
Single commands have to be enclosed in the element "DiskImage", "Job" or "DiskImageJob".